Centaurus Dance Team Audition Prep is April 4-20, 2023
Join the fun of spirit week!
Senior posters due April 19th
Students in grades 9, 10, and 11 will participate in PSAT or SAT testing April 10 - 14. Check here for the complete schedule.
April 13- Coffee with the Principal
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Spring Break- March 27-31, 2023
Centaurus parents - help keep our kids busy, having a blast, and off the roads after prom by volunteering with the after prom committee or making a donation for the celebration.
Check out the latest counseling newsletter!
While Cara Mentzel’s sister, Idina Menzel (yes, they spell their last names differently), is known for her roles on stage and screen, it was Cara who was treated like a superstar when she returned to Foothill Elementary in Boulder, Colorado earlier this month.
The educator, turned author, came back to the school where she taught for nearly 15 years to share her and her sister’s new children’s book, “Loud Mouse”. Students and staff at the school welcomed her back warmly.
BVSD is again looking for community members to join the Community Bond Oversight Committee to provide monitoring and review of projects described in the $350M 2022 Critical Needs Plan.
BVSD has been working for more than a decade to create healthy learning environments and experiences that equip all students and staff with the knowledge and skills to create more equitable and sustainable communities.
We want to let you know that law enforcement responded to Boulder High School and Boulder Preparatory High School this morning, following what appears to be another swatting call.
We are aware of a shooting that happened in the City of Boulder last night in the area of 13th and Canyon.
Years of hard work at Alicia Sanchez Elementary have paid off. The school has moved out of turnaround status after educators refocused their work at the school, greatly increasing student growth, which was finally captured by the state’s assessments.
Superior Elementary, along with other schools across the country, committed to make the last week in January a special one, by participating in the Great Kindness Challenge. The week encourages schools to create a culture of kindness by engaging students, staff and families in random acts of kindness, large and small.
As you may have heard, Boulder Valley School District appears to be the latest victim of “swatting.”
There is something special about the places where sports are played. The commotion of a gymnasium, the humidity of the pool and the fresh cut grass of a well-manicured field can bring us back to a special place in our childhoods. For Harry Waterman, Boulder Valley School District’s director of athletics and activities, these were the places where he found belonging as a child.